the album is called "morse music" because every song contains its name in the form of morse code.
morse as rhythm? i can use morse encodings as horizontal structure and thereby create a sound composition? my head says yes, my heart (beat) of the first compositions, no. many recurring arrhythmic accents seem to contradict the steady heartbeat. so are incurred sounded constructs that contain all of your name as a morse characters, but contacts are embedded in uniform - the heartbeat adjusted.
the songs i've built entirely of sounds. as sources I have my camera, a mineral water bottle, books leaves, a radiator, the indicator of my car, buttons in a glass container, coins, peppercorns in a cake pan, a cookie sheet, key, a telephone, an egg slicer, radio noise, a scanner, a tape deck and the creaking of a door used.
years ago i was trained as a stonemason. i noticed the meditative rhythm of the processing of natural stone is struck with mallet, chisels and metal. for the song "steinmetzlied" i recorded tool noises of my apprentices at work and processes.
the song "geriesel" is a collaboration with altus from ottawa/canada.